Former tennis star and protagonist of international tennis crowned the joy of becoming a parent: in fact Agnieszka Radwanska, who left the women's Tour in November 2018 gave birth the little Jacob. Almost at the third wedding anniversary, when Aga married Dawid Celt in the second half of July 2017, Jacob was born, whose foot is portrayed in this tender photo published by Agnieszka Radwanska on Instagram.
In his career Radwanska won 20 WTA titles, including the 2015 WTA Finals, beating Petra Kvitova in the final. In the Slams, his best result was the 2012 Wimbledon final, lost to Serena Williams. She also reached 2nd place on the WTA Ranking in July 2012, just when she played the Championships final.
Anna Kalinskaya and her recovery
If almost all the players and members of the different teams who tested positive for Coronavirus after the events of the Adria Tour did not find any serious symptoms related to the disease, there are athletes who have gone much worse.
We are talking about Anna Kalinskaya, current number 112 of the WTA ranking and young promise of Russian tennis. The 22 years-old player ended up in the media's sights in recent months for some poison statements made about the end of the romance with Nick Kyrgios.
“We broke up and we are no longer friends. I understand his fans, but for me it's not nice and I'm not going to talk about him. A little respect for me too, please. You are not a bad boy, you are simply a bad person." Kalinskaya heals from Coronavirus and sends an important message Kalinskaya has returned to using social media, but this time to announce the end of his ordeal.
The Russian told that she tested positive for Coronavirus about three weeks ago and that she experienced difficult but all in all manageable days. She said: "Hi everyone. Updates on my conditions. I tested positive for Covid-19 three weeks ago.
Fortunately my symptoms have been extremely manageable (headache, lack of smell, weakness in the body). I was in solitary confinement for 14 days. A week ago I did two more tests and they were negative. Now I'm fine and I go back to training.
Just a reminder for all people: if someone is sick around you, take a test even if you have no symptoms, put on the mask and wash your hands. Think about others too. Stay healthy and safe."